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A26 Oldstone Road will be closed for resurfacing from 29th October until 7th December 2018. 29th October until 7th December 2018. Further details can be found here. One-Way Closure A one-way traffic system is now in operation on Barnetts Road until a carriageway and footway resurfacing scheme is completed. Traffic will be able to travel from King’s Road to Thornhill Parade. A diversionary route will be signed for traffic travelling towards King’s Road, which will be diverted via Thornhill Park, Upper Newtownards Road and Knock Road.

Initially the scheme involves upgrading the existing bus lanes so their use has been suspend while this work is carried out but it expected they should be operational again by early November 2018. Work on the new sections of bus lanes will then continue and should be complete by December 2018. Temporary traffic management arrangements are required to carry out the works safely. They will generally consist of localised hard shoulder closures and temporary 50mph speed restrictions. Royal Avenue Belfast – following the recent city centre fire at Bank Buildings a number of city centre streets remain closed in the area. With the cordon around the affected area expected to stay in place for about four months, Belfast City Council has created a public information page on its website to update businesses and their customers.

Pipeline installation work is continuing on Hardcastle Street, with access maintained to all businesses. A road closure is currently in place on Hardcastle Street between Bankmore Street and the NCP Car Park entrance until approximately mid-October. NCP Car Park remains open for business as usual and diversion signs are in place. 1-way cycle lane is in place en-route Out of City along Adelaide Street which requires a temporary suspension of parking bays along the route between Clarence Street and Ormeau Avenue. Pipeline installation works are due to commence on Monday 10th September around the junction of Alfred Street, and will progress towards Bedford Street. During this time, it will be necessary to suspend some of the parking bays along this section of Ormeau Avenue. Two- way traffic will be maintained with one lane remaining open in each direction, a contraflow system will be in operation during these works.